Hi, thanks for reading! I write 19th century historical fiction, from Civil War 1860s through Victorian 1870s-1880s to Edwardian 1890s-1900s. I love sharing my passion for this time period and welcome comments from readers.
The Stuart Mansion
Daniel's Boston home, which he pines for and eventually loses in "Daniel's Garden."
The Chancellor House
Where Daniel and Andrew fight together during the battle of Chancellorsville in "Daniel's Garden."
Where Andrew Pierce is imprisoned in "Daniel's Lions."
The Curtis House
Where Esther finds both shelter and imprisonment in "The Heart of a Lie."
The Jefferson Theatre
A gorgeous late-nineteenth century Portland, Maine theatre, the main setting in "The Curtain Falls."
The "Sally Forth"
Archie Pelago and Mer-Lynn's magical galleon in "The Pelago Legacy."
"The Magic Pen"
Trixie and Mr. Fennek asleep in the grass of The Land of Possibilities.
The Krueger-Scott Mansion
Doesn't it look like a magician's house? The inspiration behind "Magician Manor."
"Fields of Lavender"
A sweet story set on a Maine farm in 1899, about a snobby rich girl, a hard-working farmhand and a struggling farm couple.
Nora goes to Gram Ella's cottage in "Plum Nelly," a story of a time gone by.